BoardAssist Nonprofit Governance Summit
Join us for BoardAssist’s Annual Nonprofit Governance Summit – a meeting of some of New York’s most prominent nonprofit board members coming together to discuss nonprofit governance best practices.
Participating panelists include private and public sector industry leaders who are current/historic trustees of distinguished boards such as The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Landmarks Conservancy, New York City Ballet, Environmental Defense Fund, The Buckley School, Philanthropy New York, and Girls Scouts of the USA, among other boards. From social justice and the arts to education and environmental boards, a wide cross-section of major nonprofit interest areas will be represented.
This is an important first step for the many among you who seek to forge new friendships across the New York nonprofit community. Making connections between amazing people and terrific nonprofit boards has always been the primary mission of BoardAssist. Creating new dialogues between our board placements and other high impact nonprofit board trustees makes the whole New York nonprofit community stronger.
The Summit will be a wonderful opportunity for those already sitting on nonprofit boards to learn from other influential board members, as well as a unique way for those considering nonprofit board service to learn more from some of New York’s most impactful board members.
Register here to be with us October 5 from 4:00 to 6:30 pm for a meeting of some of New York’s best nonprofit board minds.
Past BoardAssist placements are invited to join us for free as our small thank you for all that you do. Email email@example.com for your PROMO code.
Significant discounts are also available for BoardAssist school and company partners including graduates of Columbia, Georgetown, Harvard, NYU, Penn/Wharton, Princeton, Stanford, and Yale and employees of BCG, Bank of America, Citi, Deutsche Bank, Evercore, General Atlantic, Goldman, Houlihan Lokey, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, Neuberger Berman.
Contact us if your school/company is not listed. The above list is not comprehensive. First 50 tickets are 50% off.
|Name/Title||Historic/Current Board Affiliations|
Houlihan Lokey: Managing Director and Management Committee Member
|Buckley School (Board Chair), New York Landmarks Conservancy|
Citi: Managing Director, M&A
|Education through Music (Vice Chair)|
General Atlantic: Operating Partner
|Avon Products, TPG Wholesale Private Limited, Alinta Holdings|
Deutsche Bank: Managing Director, Private Wealth Management
|Jeanne Kwong Bickford
BCG: Managing Director & Senior Partner; Managing Partner of NY Office
|Girl Scouts of the USA|
Hearst: Vice President/Treasurer
StarVest Partners: Co-Founder and Managing Partner
|Smith College, HBS Club of New York, American Friends of the V&A, NCR, Collectors Universe|
Morgan Stanley: Former Head/Retail
|Asphalt Green, Environmental Defense Fund Richard Ivey School of Business|
Jose Ramon Gonzalez
CNA Insurance: Executive Vice President and General Counsel
|Latino Justice PRLDEF (Board Chair), Bass Museum, ProjectExplorer (Board Chair)|
Columbia Business School: Professor Professional Practice; Evercore Partners: Senior Advisor; Author
|National Women’s Law Center, New Alternatives for Children, Citizens Committee for Children of NY, Arts Connection, Yale Law School Fund|
Kinneret Group: Managing Director
|Joan Mitchell Foundation (Treasurer), The Yale Club of New York City, Van Alen Institute|
JP Morgan: Global Chairman, Investment Banking
|American Australian Association, Quibi, Rio Tinto|
BofA: Executive Vice Chairman/Global Corporate and Investment Banking
|The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City Ballet, Brearley School, Teachers College, Freddie Mac, Travelers Companies|
Golden Seeds: Managing Director
|The Philadelphia Foundation, Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Community College of Philadelphia, Oakmark Mutual Funds
Hunter College: President
|ExpandED Schools, United Way, Compuware|
ViacomCBS: Former EVP, Strategic Planning and Business Development
|Breakthrough New York (Board Chair)|
Goldman Sachs Asset Management Client Business: Partner and Global Head
|Literacy Inc. (Board Chair), Safe Horizons, The Montclair Kimberley Academy|
4:00 – 4:45 pm First panel Charles, Feldman, Knee, Nason, Ranji
4:45 – 5:30 pm Second panel Abelow, Batlaw, Gonzalez, Posoff, Raab, Peek
5:30 – 6:15 pm Third panel Alibhai, Bagchi, Bickford, Farrington, Lee, Sarsfield
6:15 – 6:30 pm Q&A
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